• July 1, 2016
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Ann Farris to begin term as interim city manager April 5

After three years serving as assistant city manager of internal services, Ann Farris will take the reins as Killeen’s interim city manager April 5, pending an official appointment by the City Council.

Should Killeen council be hands-on with city finances?

With about a month left until early voting begins in the Killeen municipal election, there is a debate among candidates about how involved council members should be in overseeing city finances.

Farris named interim city manager; Morrison to depart on April 5

Ann Farris is getting a promotion — at least temporarily.

What sort of person should lead city of Killeen?

Glenn Morrison’s announcement at the March 15 workshop that he will retire as Killeen’s city manager in April means the next City Council already has one major task when it takes office in May — finding Morrison’s successor.

Council to discuss temporary replacement for Morrison

The Killeen City Council is scheduled Tuesday to discuss the appointment of a temporary top administrator to replace retiring City Manager Glenn Morrison.

No date yet for retirement of Killeen City Manager Morrison

Killeen City Manager Glenn Morrison may be on his way out, but questions remain about what will happen next.

Morrison to retire in April

Glenn Morrison is leaving his position as Killeen city manager.

Killeen council to look at audit, city manager evaluation

The Killeen City Council will receive the annual audit report for the 2015 fiscal year and conduct its annual evaluation of the city manager on Tuesday.

Morrison’s early review causes rift on Killeen council

In a process some have described as “rushed” and an example of playing politics, Killeen City Manager Glenn Morrison’s performance evaluation is set to take place Tuesday, as he requested, the same night the City Council will receive a comprehensive financial report that has taken months to prepare.

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Rome's Colosseum cleaner after magnate-funded restoration

ROME (AP) — The Colosseum has emerged more imposing than ever after its most extensive restoration, a multimillion-euro cleaning to remove a dreary, undignified patina of soot and grime from the ancient arena that has been assailed by pollution in traffic-clogged Rome.

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Authorities looking for suspect in credit card abuse, burglary cases
Posted: July 01, 2016

Bell County Sheriff’s Department investigators are looking for a suspect in some car burglary and credit card abuse cases.

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Belton Fire Department to distribute fans
Posted: July 01, 2016

BELTON — The fire department is partnering with Wal-Mart, H-E-B, TruMH, the Rotary Club and Belton Professional Firefighters Association to distribute fans to those in need during extreme heat conditions, according to a news release from the city.

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